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president obama showed how he plans to dole out the medicine. >>> plus, last night our guest told us what we can expect in the fight against sexual assault in the military. today we got more shocking proof that they were right. >>> and let today be known henceforth as the day bea arthur broke the internet. i will tell you why in click3. but we begin with a momentous political event. i mean a really, really big deal. tonight at 6:28 p.m. eastern, did you feel the earth move under your feet, did you feel a seismic change in this nation's politics? what you would have been feeling was the house of representatives voting to repeal obama care -- for the 37th time. by a vote of 229-195 with every single republican voting to repeal, along with two democrats. i have to give it to the house republicans. boehner announced the vote with this lackluster pitch, i was a little worried their hearts weren't in it this time. >> we've got 70 new members that have not had the opportunity to vote on the president's health care law. frankly, they've been asking for an opportunity to vote on it and we're going to
week by bringing in their all-time favorite bogey man -- obama care. last night not 37th time, the house voted to repeal obama care. an exercise in futility that, as one wonk explains, gop leadership feels is something every house member should get to do at least once. it was a rite of passage. obama care has long been the pinata that republicans continue to blindly whack away at. but this week's tie-in to the irs, it would seem as if the pinata had exploded and rained down republican candy. >> many people have said that obama care is here to stay. we are here as the people's representatives, as real people from, across the united states to say -- this issue is now revived. it is back on the table. >> standing aside a towering stack of dreaded obama care regulation, house speaker john boehner pummeled the president. >> nothing dissolves the bonds between the people and their government like the arrogance of power here in washington. that's what the american people are seeing today from the obama administration. remarkable arrogance. >> indeed, the american people are seeing re
the scandals taking place is now head of the irs obama care implementation office. joining me, two of the lawmakers who participated in the heated hearing. >> good to be with. >> ms. ingram was in charge at the time. do you think it is appropriate she is in charge of the implementation of obama care? >> as a matter of fact, that is not true. she actually left that office six months prior to even subordinates knowing what took place there so she wasn't in the office when the subordinates were informed. >> sean: wasn't she there between 2009 and 2012? >> she left six months prior to the subordinates knowing that this actually took place. >> sean: we knew a couple of years ago and what we learned in the last couple of days is that they did know at the time she was there. >> i think you have to check your facts. she left the office six months prior to the subordinates showing. >> sean: my understanding is she did know. >> that is my understanding as well. she was there during the time that the abusive practice was being perpetrated. we have to pinpoint and get more information about w
-american relations. >>> welcome, i'm megyn kelly as we listen to the joint press conference with president obama as you heard. gregg jarrett mentioned, preemptively. maybe we can turn the sound down. there is three of us talking. >> megyn: trying to get in in front of the issue and how congress needs to fully fund for embassy security. which is an interesting way for the president to go since as you heard gregg mention. let's listen to the president. we're trying to take on. >> this will be an incentive to press to ask questions and for us to give concise answers. >> i'll start with julian from bloomberg. >> mr. president i want to ask you about the irs. can you assure the american people that nobody in the white house knew about the agency's actions before your council office found out on april 22 and when they did find out do you think you should have learned about it before you learned about it, as you said last friday. also, are you opposed there being a special council appointed to lead the justice department investigation. and mr. prime minister, what is the status on the efforts to normal
. 22 year old ivy league graduate barack obama is bothered by the inequalities he sees in society. >> i had just gotten out of college. at columbia university in new york. and i was very much interested in seeing what could be done in terms of the inner city... >> since black folks are suffering even more than the general population...this is an ongoing problem. >> the question for young barack: what could he do about it? >> i decided to become a community organizer. there wasn't much detail to the idea; i didn't know anyone making a living that way. when classmates in college asked me just what it was that a community organizer did, i couldn't answer them directly. instead i'd pronounce on the need for change. change won't come from the top, i would say. change will come from a mobilized grass roots. that's what i'll do. i'll organize black folks. at the grass roots. for change. >> he sends out dozens of resumes for organizing jobs, but with no luck. when almost 2 years later, he gets a call for an organizing position in chicago. he's interviewed by activist jerry kellman. >> my mai
of the job president obama is doing. now, that poll was taken after this tough week. so it looks like the controversies have not eroded his support among the american people. >> is there anything inside the poll that says why not? because i think the convention gnat wisdom was going into it that he'd been hurt. >> absolutely. the numbers do tell a story. for one thing, his approval is largely unchanged from the 51% we found in our last poll that was in early april and up from his low of 47% in mid-march. so a couple of points here, one, he's seen as out there responding to these controversies especially the irs. quickly he's showing outrage, continuing with his job. remember, president clinton maintained an approval above 50% throughout the monica lewinsky scan d.a. daal chlt /* /- scandal. republicans very critical, democrats supportive, independents divided. people are still reflecting what we saw before the controversies. >> that's kind of unsurprising that republicans would be more upset about it. so we've had a little more than a week of the news about the irs, specifically when
? >> but they are not going to jail. >> instead they are promoted and in charge of our medical records under obama care. >> senator ram paul on the administration's lack of accountability. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. (applause) >> thank you. thank you very much. we have a great audience here in new york and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. i might have been one of the first people to bluntly point out that the obama administration is not transparent and covering up scandals and lying to the american people. and now with the white house caught in the middle of three separate scandals, benghazi, and irs targeting of conservative groups and the justice department illegal probe in the journal phone records, the rest of the media is starting to catch up including the pundits who praised the president. >> he's accountable for it and i am offended by. it it is not a political or conservative or liberal. it is trusting your government. >> the transparency thing is crumbling. >> the president held a press government and he did well. he had been listening to their
speech. that's pretty much what it boils down to. >>> president obama said today that that is the whole reason he got involved in politics in the first place. >> we also live in a democracy where a free press, free expression, and the open flow of information helps hold me accountable, helps hold our government accountable and helps our democracy function. and the whole reason i got involved in politics is because i believe so deeply in that democracy and that process. >> president obama speaking today. is he right about his own articulated history. he has been making the case about the importance of our open government from the very beginning. it was certainly a big part of why he ran for president. >> i'll make our government open and transparent so that anyone can ensure that our business is the people's business. a justice once said sunlight is the greatest disinfectant. >> so that's part of why we've had so much trouble is we haven't invited the american people to participate in the process. that's why i always focus on accountability and transparency in our government. >> that is
with the obama administration. pressure builds to punish those with the worst koipd of behavior for the irs. targeting americans because of their political belief. a top government watch dog revealing that the obama administration was award of the allegations and the irs targeting conservative groups with tea party and 9- 12 and patriot in their name. >> new questions about what the white house anyhow and when. >> mitt romny is throwing his voice in the mix. what would you do with more than $600 million. in minutes, the power ball frenzy sweeping the nation and your chances of taking home huge amount of cash. >> and after a long time hoping to reunite with a dog, the u.s. marine gets the surprise of his life. >> i'm harris faulkner. politically conservative groups targeted bite irs. how far up did it go? it is important for americans to know if the part of government in collecting taxes is discriminating for beliefs. who allowed this to happen. the treasury inspector told top officials about the investigation in june 2012. it is right in the height of the presidential campaign. the irs admi
on facebook.com or e-mail us. "usais the front page of today." "gop demands obama apology." collins was on cnn. let's listen to what she has to say. [video club] >> this contributes to the profound distrust that the american people have in government. it is chilling that the irs was singling out conservative groups for extra review. it is very disappointing that the president has not personally condemned this and spoken out. his spokesman has said it should be investigated, but the president needs to make court -- crystal clear that this is totally unacceptable in america. host: that was senator susan collins of maine talking about the irs. inside, the irs case is fodder for partisan warfare. that it targeted conservative groups for additional scrutiny during the 2012 election, it could jeopardize efforts for the elections. host: we have also seen this headline on the front pages of other newspapers. "the washington post," we are finding out more information about what the report contains, but they obtained the documents from a congressional aide with knowledge of the finding. host: inside of
. this is bret baier in washington. there are busy news days and days like today. president obama weighed in on scandals like benghazi and the irs targeting conservative groups. breaking news on a potential third scandal. this one involves the justice department and the associated press. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge here with breaking details. >> the president of the associated press confirms in a letter to eric holder the department of justice seized records from more than 27 phone lines assigned to the associated press and journalists affecting ap bureaus in new york city. hartford, connecticut and the house of representatives. the letter states that the extraordinary action was taken without advanced notice to the a.p. or journalists affected. in possible justification for overbroad communications of the associated press and its reporters. these records potentially reveal communications with confidential sources. we regard this action by the department of justice as a serious interference with the a.p.'s constitutional rights to gather and report the news. while
or campaign involvement where somebody in the obama administration might have said, you know, we ought to look at these tea party people. they're raising a ton of money. maybe they're doing it illegally and getting involved in campaigning. according to this ig report that didn't happen. >> right. this is all internal. again, if i were a member of congress and i want to -- i'd sit there and say, you know what? i want to question these individuals. i want to question the individuals in the cincinnati office. i want to know what made them come up with this criteria. what -- >> you mean ask if they had their own prejudice? >> yeah. their own prejudices, the same questions, frankly, that they were asking of these groups. these were sort of -- you know, the request for names of donors. they were making requests of all issues that are important to the organization. these were some -- it was clear that they were looking to see, you know, specifics on conservative groups, potentially. why were they doing that? what was their motivation in doing that? here you get a little bit in the report that says, w
. "hardball" starts right now. >>> taking charge. let's play "hardball." >>> president obama showed who was boston. the boss is the one who can fire you and fire someone he did. the head of the irs is out. obama said he was asked for his resignation and he gave it. so now it's time to head into the bows of that tax agency and find out who else thought it was a great idea to tilt government's case against people on one side of the political spectrum and leave the others off the hook. tonight in this second edition of "hardball," we know what was missing. the perception of leadership in the u.s. government. we have a leader. he is the president. david corn, washington bureau chief from mother jones bureau chief. and howard, start with this. the implications of the president, taking that microphone at 6:00 tonight. knocking off the acting head of the irs saying we'll do the i.g. report. by the way, we'll work with the other guys in getting to the bottom of this. >> i think this is the president that people who support him, who want to see him clean up the various messes in town were waitin
, arrogance, or simply imcompetence? the obama administration and the irs scandal. this is "special report". >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. what has easily been the longest week of barak obama's presidency ended up with a focus today on a subject every american can relate to, taxes. the question of whether the white house had anything to do with the irs targeting conservative groups for special scrutiny. we have fox team coverage tonight with all the obama scandals. wendell goler with the story of an irs official's new job coming after more of your money over obamacare. we begin with chief congressional correspondent and the man in the hot seat on capitol hill. good evening. >> good evening. after a week of intense heat on the irs, today the agency did not back down insisting there was not a bias against conservatives. >> i resigned because as the acting commissioner, what happens in the irs, whether i was personally involved or not, stops at my desk. so i should be held accountable for what happens. >> the outgoing acting commissioner explained his upcoming departure days after a
barack obama, for whatever reason. it's that kind of day in the news. >>> today is scandal o'clock all day long. we saw the guy forced out of the irs grilled about the tax agency using single key words to skrine out people for scrutiny. he did tell two higher-ups last june that he was going to be doing this investigation into how the conservative groups were treated. he told the deputy treasury secretary and the general counsel at treasury that he was starting this inquiry as to whether conservatives were being unfairly singled out. he told them he was starting this inquiry but obviously not what the inquiry had found since he hadn't found anything yet since he was just getting started. republicans have seized on this news because of the timing. saying it's important there were administration officials outside just the irs itself who knew before the election that there was at least a potential problem with the irs targeting conservative groups. shouldn't that have been disclosed publicly? could that have become a salient issue in the election had the administration disclosed that inves
, president obama said in a statement the report's findings are, quote, intolerable and inexcusable, promising to follow through on the inspect general's recommendations. the white house has denied any role in the irs scandal. but republicans say the administration cannot be trusted. >> what we don't know at this point is whether it jumped the fence from the irs to the white house. but we do know this. we can't count on the administration to be forthcoming about the details of this scandal because so far they've been anything but. >> on this one, the criticism, not just from republicans. former white house press secretary robert gibbs says the president mishandled his response. >>> the tenor of this briefing would be different if the president had spoken about this on saturday or sunday and not on monday. and if the president had spoken on monday, less about losing patience for this, which is what i do with my 9-year-old, and used far more vivid language. and i think come out and announced that there would be a commission made up of a former -- two former commissioners, irs commissioners. demo
, the obama administration will not admit the threat of international terrorism remains real. they didn't want to admit it was a terrorist attack in libya two months before the election. six days after obama himself said, accepting the democrat's nomination for president that al qaeda was on the road to defeat. that's why it's so important, not just because of the tragedy in benghazi, although that would make it important. because of the administration's world view about international terrorism is now shown to be wrong. >> do you think it's a fair assessment to say that. they have the drones, targeting killing? >> they have defined al qaeda to be a very narrow group of people living in waziristan near the afghanistan border, that's the thrust of their argument that al qaeda is on the road to defeat. but the problem is obviously much larger and reflects itself in a lot of ways after the boston marathon bombing, the president's top political adviser, david axelrod said, well, you know, the president thought given we didn't know for sure it was after all april 15, tax day, implying maybe some of
: tomorrow it's still barack obama's time but republicans are focusing on hillary clinton in 2016. us, especially women my age, find it hard to think of what it would be like to have a as first lady, but as head of state, chief executive and commander-in-chief. already, hillary's time at secretary of state is getting a legions of menas and women say it's her turn. did we do it right? this show back at how called hillary's last run for president. were we smart? were we? did we see how newcomer barack would edge her out. twixters, kids under 30. great.l think they're how's that positive feeling working out for them. i'm chris matthews and welcome to the show. with us today, howard fineman with "the huffington post," news,o'donnell with nbc s.e. cupp with msnbc and joe klein with "time magazine." up, hillary clinton's in the news and that brings up her future presidential plans. to decide whether or not to make it official to run again. howard, this is the great question. do you expect her to run? >> i do, no doubt. chris: kelly? that way. chris: what a perfectly careful comment. absolut
, to a government that delivers the facts, good or bad, no matter what. president obama promised to be different and to deliver a better government, the most transparent in history. >> and democrat charlie rangel of new york defending the white house in watergate era language. >> how did this happen? who was responsible for it? how far does this cancer go? how quickly can we cut it out? chris: howard, that's john dean language, cancer on the presidency. strong words. i'm not sure he intended to go that far. he did. has the president begun to get control of this baby or is he still leading from behind waiting to read things in the paper? >> what is at issue is not just the obama presidency, it's the whole idea for government for which obama stands. government can have a positive role in people's lives. instead of having that as a symbol, instead of saying obama care which the president defends and a lot of people like, or medicare and social security, you have a model an intrusive an unfair political internal revenue service that goes to the very heart of the conservative argument against obama a
? and this morning i unwrapped a beautiful box of crippling scandal for the obama administration. first up, benghazi. how bad is it, folks? nation, you better sit down and buckle up because you should not be standing while watching tv in the car. now, everyone knows this was an unquestionable tragedy where four americans lost their lives in what we now know were vicious terrorist attacks. but listen to how obama callously described them the next day. >> no acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation. >> stephen: what? acts of terror? they were terrorist attacks. am i the only one who feels this way? darell issa. >> an act of terror is different than terrorist attack. >> stephen: yes. they're totally different. you say potato, i say what do the po-tah-toe know and when did he know it? now the only people who have been talking about this story for the past seven months have been me and fox news. but from the rest of television and radio, silence. jim? >> across the mainstream media it was a collective yawn in response to yesterday's benghazi coverage. >> why are the media ignoring
the obama administration's abuse of power, contradictory statements by obama administration it may be on set of a constitutional crisis, a defensive and aggressive president today, wildly miscointreauing previous statements by him and his administration regarding the benghazi terror attacks while coming fors first time on a potential crisis involving internal revenue service practice of targeting conservative groups. and pretty much anyone who disagrees with the way that the federal government is being run by the administration. we begin with benghazi, president obama, presented a nixonion front during a press conference with british prime minister cameron, angry president obama laying blame for continuing questions over terrorist attacks on his political opponents, and severely minimizings importance of the false ambassador susan rice talking points that went on to blame the benghazi attack on an amateurish anti-islam youtube video. >> whole issue of this -- of talking points, frankly throughout this process has been a side show. we have been very clear about throughout, was that immediatel
another scandal rocking the obama administration this morning. shocking news the justice department secretly obtained two months of phone records from reporters and from editors that work for the associated press. >> this comes as the white house is already on the defense about benghazi and the terror attacks and the irs targeting a conservative group. kelly wright with the newest details on the benghazi investigation. but we start with anna kooiman and the government seizure of secret procedures. unprecedented violation of the freedom of the press. the justice department under fire as attorneys for the associated press say it secretly obtained records for 20 phone lines both work and personal. they scanned several bureaus the press gallery and house of representatives. more than 140 reporters work in the offices where the records were taken. >> they haven't told us what they were looking for or why we didn't get prior notice. this seems to be very broad and we don't really know what it's about. >> the white house saying it has no knowledge of the doj inquiry. jay carney said we hav
. the obama white house facing the prospect of a looming constitutional crisis, a political crisis that the president and his inner circle seems to worsen with each passing day. the president and hiss -- his staff defending the administration against there's controversies and scandals now forcing the president to pivot focus on the presidential legacy to the presidential future. the benghazi coverup, the irs enemies list, targeting conservatives, and now the justice department must account for the extraordinary seizure of the phone records of the associated press reporters and editors. attorney regime eric holder today trieded to justify those seizures calling them part of the effort to identify the source of a leak that holder said compromised national security. holder, however, refused to answer why the justice department didn't first seek the voluntary cooperation of the associated press. when asked, holder announce it was the deputy, james cole, who signed the subpoena to seize the records, and, today, we learned holder rescued himself from the case because the fbi's investigat
exactly the day, this is unusual for the obama administration, one of the things the president has a problem with is quick response, they're really slow off the dime. but once they get into action they're better at reeling it in. it looks like president obama is finally in response mode and getting his foot in. he is starting today, piers. >> and the irs, possibly the biggest of the three scandals. tell me this, why is the acting commissioner, steven miller, why want there a real one? why has he had to go, when from what i hear he was not actually running the irs when all of this went on? >> you asked the money question because that is what everybody was e-mailing me to ask. no, he was not in charge when this happened. but you know, the man on top always takes the fall when something gets screwed up, bottom line, right? he was not in charge when all of this went down. but he is in he was in charge when there was misrepresentation of this problem to congress. so he has to take some responsibility for that. and the auditor's report found there was shoddy management when he was on top
and he's written a letter to president obama, wanting to know what if any private pressure was exerted by the white house or treasury department political appointees on the irs regarding the standards for approving monitoring tax-exempt organizations. particularly 501 c groups. >> take the word of the independent inspector general who said he found no evidence from outside the irs. >> you believe there are none? >> we're going to work with congress as the president said, in legitimate oversight, we're not going to participate in distracting from the real issues at hand. >> when senator portman is asking for documents or e-mails you're not going to comply with that request? >> we'll look at any request that congress puts forward. >> but bottom line, no communications as far as you know from the white house to the irs. >> absolutely not. >> at the hearings on friday, the acting director, outgoing acting director of the irs, mr. miller was asked about the legality of targeting the special scrutiny of the conservative groups. here was the questioning. >> do you believe it is illegal for em
for an end to the administration's stonewalling. martha: president obama respond to the report in a statement. earlier he said he hadn't had a chance to look it over. i have now had the opportunity to review the report on irs personnel who improperly targeted groups and the friengsd intolerable and inexcusable. the federal government must conduct itself in a way that's worthy of the public's truth and that's especially true of the irs and its employees must act with utmost integrity. all of this raises so many questions and the irs is about to become in many ways even more powerful when the president's healthcare law kicks. it is the agency's job to enforce some key pieces of the healthcare plan. remember that? this means irs agents will soon be collecting even more of your personal information to decide whether you are eligible for the subsidies allowed under the healthcare program. stuart varney joins me now on there is. does this scandal stoke more fears about how healthcare will be enacted, stuart? >> reporter: absolutely, yes, it does. it's beginning to have a continues impact, especiall
: the second thing we need an answer to is about president obama. the president that night, by all accounts, never went back to leon panetta, never went back to hillary to get an update on the situation on benghazi. he went to sleep, got up the next day, went out campaigning. then two weeks later on "the view," before the united nations, was still echoing something that all of us knew was false, that by then he should have known was false. so doesn't he have questions to answer here? what did he know, when did he know it, why was he repeating a lie two weeks later? >> absolutely he has to answer. he's the one, we don't have any accounting for the vast part of that night. hillary clinton, as you say, these are many of her top advisors, coming up with changes, or pushing revisions. is it really possible she didn't know? >> sean: who are the people in the state department we're referring to, what did they know it, why did they know it, and the reason we need to prevent this from happening again, and the perso american people, and e families who lost loved ones, have a right to know. anything y
of the prostitutes at his parties were allegedly paid to dress up like president obama, for whatever reason. yeah, it is just that kind of day in the news. >>> but in washington today, it is still scandal o' clock. all day long. grilled in a congressional agency with using political sounding words, under scrutiny. the attorney general said he did tell two higher ups at treasury last june he was going to be doing this investigation into how the conservative groups were treated. he told the deputy treasury secretary and he told the general council treasury that he was starting this inquiry into whether conservatives were unfairly singled out. he told them he was starting the inquiry but obviously not what the inquiry found since he hadn't found anything yet because he was just getting started. republicans seized on this news today because of the timing. saying it is important that there were administration officials outside just the irs itself who knew before the election that there was at least a potential problem with the irs targeting conservative groups. shouldn't that have been disclosed publi
, and to pursue mr. obama's second term agenda. joining us now is the president's senior advisor dan pfeiffer. dan, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thank you, chris. >> chris: president obama was asked a broad question about the irs scandal this week and gave a narrow answer. let's take a look. >> can you assure the american people that nobody in the white house knew about the agency's actions before your counsel's office found out on april 22nd? >> i can assure you that i certainly did not know anything about the ig report before the ig report had been leaked to press. >> chris: so he only talked, the president, about the ig report. the question was broader about any agency irs activities. can you say that no one at the white house knew anything about the irs targeting conservatives before information about the ig report was given to the white house in april? >> yes. the first time, as we said, that anyone heard about this at the white house was when the counsel's office at the treasury department called the white house a few weeks ago to let us know there was an investigation coming to con
, targeting conservative groups, leading up to the 2012 general election. and new questions over the obama administration's handling of the benghazi attack. we first start this morning with benghazi. you know, after hearings last week, lawmakers are speaking out, focusing on a string of emails that seem to suggest there were a lot more changes in the initial official story than first thought. good morning and welcome to a brand-new hour of america's news headquarters. >> jamie: hi, everybody. happy mothers day. press secretary jay carney took some serious heat this week -- a lot of people did on the issue, from white house reporters. this was on friday. >> eric: absolutely. but now a growing number of lawmakers are calling on house speaker john boehner to create a select committee to investigate the benghazi attack. steve centanni is live in washington with the latest on that. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning, eric. plenty of friction on the sunday talk shows, on the revelation of emails that show revisions in the controversial talking points about what happened. republicans
from new york, i'm chris hayes, and thank you for joining us. tonight, president obama comes out swinging after a weekend of benghazi outrage by republicans. >> the whole issue of this -- of talking points, frankly throughout this process has been a side show. >> one of the people who emphatically agrees with that is house minority leader nancy pelosi. today she gave me her reaction to the latest scandal mongering from the right as well as a frank assessment of house speaker john boehner. >> if he were a woman, they'd be calling him the weakest speaker in history. >> how about that? all of that and in "click 3," there's a man in space making awesome music videos about space you need to see. but we begin tonight with two irs scandals. one that is positively roiling the beltway and the country and another that has received so little attention it might as well be a secret. the president today responded to the scandal everyone's heard about, the one that broke open. when the irs admitted the agency targeted for extra scrutiny conservative and tea party groups seeking nonprofit status
that overthrew him was kind of seen as a relief even though it was a military. president obama spoke with david cameron, they each only took one question, but for each of them, it was one big long compound question with lots of dependent subparts. president obama did expound at some length at some exasperated length on how excited he sees republicans as being about the benghazi attack and the subsequent investigations. >> if this was some effort on our part to try to down play what had happened or tamp it down, that would be a pretty odd thing that three days later we end up putting out all the information that, in fact, has served as the basis for everybody recognizing this was a terrorist attack and that it may have included elements planned by extremists inside of libya. who executes some sort of cover-up or effort to tamp things down for three days? so the whole thing defies logic. and the fact that this keeps on getting churned out has to do with political motivations. >> president obama also saying today that the e-mails leaked on friday that showed the revision process for the administra
. the report says the white house was not involved in any way and president obama, after reviewing the report released a statement calling the actions intolerable and inexcusable. he says he instructed treasury secretary jack you won't -- jack lew to hold those responsible for their actions so it doesn't happen. those recommendations include better documentation of why applications are flagged for review and better training and guidance for employees before each election cycle. we're back with more show after the break. stick around. very, very excited about that and very proud of that. >>beltway politics from inside the loop. >>we tackle the big issues here in our nation's capital, around the country and around the globe. >>dc columnist and four time emmy winner bill press opens current's morning news block. >>we'll do our best to carry the flag from 6 to 9 every morning. this show is about analyzing criticizing, and holding policy to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal, or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the t
on tonight's show? >> did president obama personally direct the irs to target the tea party and other conservative groups? probably not. we will investigate if she should be impeached anyway. and the latest on the justice department seizing phone records and why it could mean impeachment for president obama. and pen gillette talks about being a finalist on "seb bra tee apprentice --" celebrity apprentice". >> your work is unimpeachable. >> go away. >> let's welcome our guest. she is so sharp that scissors call her for advice. i am here with kennedy special correspondent stossel as well as fox news.com contributor. and if thoughtful commentary was a refund i would blow him in a casino. it is tom shillue. what is that? his latest cd is called "halfway there" and bill schulz looking weird as ever. and he can drowned you in a thimble of spit. mike baker, former cia operative and current president of diligence. diligence makers of diligence wine glassersers and pencils and ice cream. diligence, your skull is our paperweight. >> has the new logo on our letter head. >> a block. the lede. tha
station first-out theme very rapidly and amazingly, just weeks after barack obama was inaccurate as president of the united states following an election that was rather amazing and historic. in february team, 2009, rick santelli went into a rant here about the founding fathers to talk about the horror they would feel days following the 2000 election recognized the rhetorical, the symbolism that is back to their applause and began to work in on the internet and face-to-face measures and communities, regions across the country. within weeks, they are staging demonstrations in various regions featuring older people dressed up in costumes carrying handwritten signs, denouncing obama is a socialist or communist. within months they were mounting huge demonstrations in washington d.c. and set to work organizing what eventually became 1000 regularly made in local groups in states across the united states. by 2010, the mainstream media took were noticed because their effect in the dynamics of republican primaries, bringing marco rivera to a victory over the previous establishment candidat
burns. as the white house scrambles to resell obama care to the public, democrats are pulling out all the stops. >> we have certain inalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. one might argue that education and health care fall into those provisions of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. although health care was not listed per se in the constitution, it should be a constitutional right. >> life, check. liberty, check, pursuit of happiness, check, in the constitution. john, i don't see obama care anywhere in this document. >> it's not, eric. unfortunately the representative and many democrats are ignorant as to just what a right is. a right is aight to action, to pursue your life, liberty and happiness. it's not a right to a freebie or a gooder service from someone else. just a notion of a right to health care means that other people are enslaved to provide you with that health care. the result is the destruction of all rights. that's why the founders understood it to be individual rights. it's your life, your liberty and your happiness. that's why health
trains in an effort to figure out what went wrong. >> first lady michelle obama continues her season of commencement speeches, this time in nashville, tennessee. mrs. obama is telling graduates the importance of hard work and even failure when it comes to hard times in life. >> the ability to pick yourself up when you fall, those are some of the most important skills you need as you make your way through college and life. >> the high school is ranked among one of the best public schools in the nation for its high graduation rate. >> and still to come, a 21-year-old student is dead and police bullets are to blame. >> and the latest on the i.r.s. scandal taking the obama administration by storm. >> why officials are now questioning the woman in charge of the tax exempt division and her connection to the president's health care plan. we'll be right back. ight back. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] this is a reason to look twice. this is a stunning work of technology. the 2013 lexus es and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. >> back now with a tragic story out of
removes the subject, not i made a mistake. you can't blame the invisible. obama in is a sense caspar. completely invisible and least transparent administration since the druids. >> kimberly: there doesn't seem to be any repercussions. he is still very popular. how do you explain this? >> dana: i don't to have explain it. they do. amazing there is low level employees throughout the government that seem to know anything and the people at the top know nothing. that is inexplicable. what we learned in the hearing and from the examples that the members gave that this targeting and harassment of americans was broad, deep, it's systemic and not just new groups. that was the original spin. it's because citizens united -- no. they went back and reached back into groups like the leadership institute which is decades old and pro-life group as well was targeted for more harassment under the sale office and same types of questions. what books do you read. do you have anybody in your family that you wanted to run for office. when you look from this perspective it's terrible. and biggest group, "ne
that a sudden wave of scandals three of them rocked the obama administration all at once. >> the obama administration is under fire. >> president obama is fending off incoming fire. >> the dangerous narrative. >> plaguing the white house. >> hard to follow. >> he's drowning in it. >> so egregious. >> who is going to jail. >> in an impeachable offense. >> i've never seen anything like this in the past except in the nixon years. >> doesn't anyone remember the nixon administration. >> here's the catch. all of that white house scandal hysteria stems from a news report that was completely discredited in the middle of the week. it's probably isn't quite the story you've been hearing. it starts last friday not the friday yesterday but the one before that. that's when abc news trumpeted an exclusive story that purported to reveal emails proving the white house had meddled with the benghazi talking points last september, had altered them in a way that protected the state department. >> i have obtained 12 different versions of those talking points that shows they were dramatically edited by the
as the intelligence leaks. >>> and a word of caution for president obama, when you -- jon stewart it might be time to start worrying. >> he wound out about the news reports yesterday on the road. >> and yesterday's news that the department of justice seized two months of phone records from ap reporters. i wouldn't be surprised if president obama learned osama bin laden had been killed when he saw himself announcing it on television. [ laughter ] >> the court of public opinion. o.j. simpson makes a plea for his freedom. like 1995 all over again. >> i'm toure. big names coming to your tv sets, but can they deliver like "the cycle"? >> of course not. ♪ >>> the obama administration continues to get hammered on a number of fronts today. attorney general eric holder right now is facing a second straight day of pretty tough questions mainly about the irs singling out specific conservative groups but also for the justice department gathering phone records from the ap. this afternoon, he's not answering to a roomful of unrelenting reporters, however. that's people like us. instead, it's a panel of outrag
tonight with this. today was the second day of the obama offensive. yesterday he fired the head of the irs and today he's tossing off comparisons to nixon. he said he's determined to get things fixed out there. well, a question. will he be satisfied if there are no more firings at the internal revenue service? will he let the people who did the political targeting keep their jobs? and if so, will he call that fixing things? second question. what lessons did the person learn from all this? is he going to change the way he runs things? is he going to insist he, the president, is told what's going on, or does he want inspectors general and his own attorney general to only let him know what's happening by what he reads in the newspaper? in other words, what is leaked to people who write what's in the newspaper. and finally, what does the president think of the reince priebus charge that he, personally, barack obama, inspired the the people over there at the irs to target the tea party? jay carney is the white house press secretary. jay, thanks so much for coming on. it's a hot time of the year
. >> there is no question that republicans are trying to make political hay here. >> obama communications adviser dan pfeiffer insisting its gop overreach. looking at what's in store in the days ahead for the administration as they try to clean up a week rot with scandal. >> some of you are graduating summa cum laude. some of you are grade waiuating magnum cum laude. i know some of you are just graduating thank you, lordy. >> and president obama at moorehouse today. what it was like having the president in the house and also talk about making college a bit more affordable. >>> get out your wallet. check your ticket if you haven't. it could be you if you bought it in florida. someone in the sunshine state is now really, really rich. maybe even wealthy. we'll get to those story nas moment, but we begin with our sunday afternoon political headlines. the irs controversy, possible overreach by the justice department in its investigation of the associated press. and the benghazi investigation. all of those scandals still rocking the white house to a certainly extent. front and center on the sunday talk sho
to proceed. we'll break down the numbers and the politics and growing gop opposition to president obama's labor pick. could the nomination of thomas perez be in trouble? >>> welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm paul gigot. riveting testimony about the deadly assault on the u.s. mission in benghazi. gregory hicks gave an emotional recount of the night of september 12th, 2012. it draws new attention surrounding the attack and how the administration handled its aftermath. >> when ambassador stevens talked to you minutes before he died as a dying declaration, what precisely did he say to you? >> he said, greg, we're under attack. >> did he mention one word about a protest or a demonstration? >> no, sir, he did not. >> so fast forward, to the sunday talk shows and ambassador susan rice. she blamed the attack on the video and she did it five different times. what was your reaction to that? >> i was stunned. my jaw dropped. i was embarrassed. >> joining the panel this week, wall street deputy editor damage henningger and brett stevens and jason riley. so dan, what is the single most im
. at the white house this morning, president obama meeting with david cameron. the talks are likely to center around u.s./u.k. relations along with syria and north korea. coming up in about half an hour they'll answer reporters' questions during a news conference in the east room of the white house. we will have that for you live here on c-span. also at noon, and look at the prison at guantanamo bay. we will examine the prison as well as mistakes made with interrogation techniques posted by the heritage foundation expected to get underway at 12 noon eastern. the u.s. house is that today at 2:00 for a brief session. business will continue tomorrow. members are going to call for the full repeal of the 2010 health care law. the senate is back today at 2:00 p.m. for morning business only. it tomorrow they will continue working on the water infrastructure bill authorizing dozens of waterway projects around the country. let coverageweek, is on c-span and c-span2. we are standing by for a joint news conference from president obama and david cameron. it is coming up at 11:15 a.m. until that time, a d
presidente obama tratÓ de apagar la hoguera polÍtica que encendiÓ un reporte que revela que el sistema de rentas internas habrÍa enfocado la revisiÓn de exoneraciones tributarias a grupos opositores a su gobierno, a grupos de extrema derecha como el tea party, obama prometiÓ ir al fondo del probable y en el congreso suenan tambores de guerra. >>> el irs amenaza con convertirse en otro dolor de cabeza para la administraciÓn obama, al admitir que investigÓ el estatus tributario de grupos conservadores a afiliados al tea party, analistas republicanos creen que el gobierno sÍ si sabÍa y que las Órdenes vinn de arriba. >>> es difÍcil pensar que los funcionarios de gobierno tomarÍan semejante medida, no tiene lÓgica fuera de un beneficio polÍtico. >>> el presidente obama indicÓ que se enterÓ la semana pasada y prometiÓ encontrar a los responsables. >>> no tendrÉ paciencia para esto, nos vamos a asegurar de descubrir lo que pasÓ. >>> el irs se disculpo por lo que llamÓ un enfoque inapropiado en organizaciones conservadores. el presidente fue informado el viernes. >>> otros cons
a glimpse into how the obama administration handled talking point right after the benghazi terrorist attacks. >> 25,000 documents, the white house has hand selected these. >> arresting 19-year-old in connection with the mother's day parade shooting. >> wild accident involving a deer. >>> a stroller carrying a baby rolled onto train tracks. >> what makes you panic? >> i panic when there is no bacon in the cafeteria. >> i love this so much and this is his last show. >> and all that matters. >> that hearing with the attorney general wasn't all contentious. how could it be north carolina democrat mel watt doubling as a babysitter for his 2-year-old grandson. >> where criminals can hide their identities. >>> beetles ants and other insects are underutilized food for people. >> according to the u.n. all you new yorkers are bedbugs are n. technically ranchers. bugs >> this morning's eye opener presented by prudential. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning norah. >> good morning, charlie. a lot of news to cover. >> we begin with storms deadliest tornado outbreak th
. >> president barack obama says a range of options remains possible if he sees conclusive proof that the syrian government has used chemical weapons in the country's civil war. >> but at a joint news conference with the turkish prime minister, he said it is important to get more specific information to confirm this before deciding exactly how to respond. >> turkey, on the other hand, is looking for more assertive action. the violence has been spilling over its border and claiming the lives of civilians. >> he has come with a clear purpose -- just days after bombs tore through a turkish town near the syrian border, killing dozens, prime minister tayyip erdogan said he wants more action against the regime. that put pressure on president barack obama, who has set in the past that chemical weapons would be a game changer, justifying a forceful response. at the press conference on thursday, obama was again more cautious. >> we have seen evidence of the use of chemical weapons inside of syria. it is important for us to make sure we are able to get more specific information about what exactly is happe
the nation feels about president obama in a poll. >> announcer: nbc bay area news starts now. >> good evening, i'm terry mcsweeney. >> i am diane dwyer. the south bay is a buzz after lottery officials announce a powerball ticket sold in san jose had five winning numbers in the draw. the ticket holder did miss powerball. the person will walk away with more than $2 million. nbc bay area's kimberly terry with more on how people are hoping some winning luck may rub off. hi, kimberly. >> reporter: $2.3 million to be exact. little over that. plenty enough to get people buzzing abut the big win. the winning ticket sold at the 7 eleven on 2400 of almadin expressway. everyone is talking about the good fortune. some are big powerball tickets hoping to follow in the footsteps of the winner. that customer among 33 people who matched five winning numbers across the nation but missed the powerball. customers say it is a win. a big one at that. one woman says as soon they found out the ticket was bought here she and her husband checked theirs. >> he plays all the time here. going through all his stuff. is i
stipulate this as well, he found this, that there was no evidence of white house influence or obama campaign influence, if that's correct, is this still appropriate of your chairman to keep saying culture of corruption throughout the government and this is an example of it if it had nothing to do with the presidential influence at all? >> i don't think that's proven yet. >> sure you do. okay. here's the question. if you have no evidence right now this friday of any white house involvement and don't have any evidence next week and the week after that, when do you stop accusing the white house of being corrupt in this regard? >> i'm not accusing -- >> at what point do you say, we don't have evidence? >> chris, i'm not accusing the white house of anything. i haven't made that statement at all. >> the culture of corruption from this administration, what's that mean? >> that's not coming from me. i didn't say that. what i'm saying is, look, i'm an old cop. i want to base my, what i say, on facts. and so -- >> good. >> -- today i was looking for facts from mr. miller. mr. miller did not provide an
it seems like only yesterday that barack hussein obama began his second term as president with high hopes. but now just four months later he finds himself mired in an index caseable downward fall where the only congressional action can count on is punitive in nature. he has entered into a three and a half year race of [bleep] (laughter) his only hope, the media. (laughter) with the attention span of a concussed goldfish. more of a problem than would you think for goldfish. it's not the bowl as much as sometimes the threshure chest they can run into. >> the race for 2016 already heating up. >> the race for 2016. >> 12016. >> 2016. >> 2016. >> fast approaching. >> there's still almost a thousand days before the first vote in the 2016 contest. >> jon: squirrel! squirrel! yes, a thousand days until the first primary votes and while anything can happen, they're pretty sure they know what will. >> marco rubio's multimedia appearances this weekend fueling more speculation he's considering a run for president in 2016. >> lots of buzz about ted cruz running for president. >> hillary current ton is
. martha: all right. everybody, yet another scandal is now emerging this morning from the obama administration. the associated press says that the justice department secretly seized their phone records from reporters and editors. the news organization, very unhappy about this to say the least. they're calling it a massive and unprecedented intrusion, raising a lot of questions about freedom of the press and the first amendment. good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. here in america's newsroom. >> i'm gregg jarrett in for bill hemmer. top lawmakers want answers, they want them now, raising questions of abuses of power. speaker of the house, john boehner saying quote, they better have a damn good explanation. martha: add to that, new reports this morning that the irs scandal may be first bigger than expected. president obama also increasingly defensive in the news conference over the growing benghazi firestorm. we may find out how many scandals the white house can juggle at one time. we have fox team coverage of this. catherine herridge is on the justice department's snoop
for eric holder to resign. this is what ben mentioned yesterday. the best way obama can handle it is fire anyone who is involved in the scandal and say we're moving on. we're doing an investigation and whatever we can do fix the problem. >> mark: they really did get out in front of it in a sense not only calling for an investigation, but the firing. you feel as though they could have done a dance and kept the wolves at the door. >> it's amazing how quickly obama conceded to everything yes, this is wrong and i'm wondering if that's the right way to go. >> the way he's missing it is it's not going to work. this is something that you should do, and if the purpose is to get the heat off of you, it's not going to happen. that's not the opposition's objective. we know the politics of it. we want to get truth in there. well this is outrageous. how could you do something so partisan. we want this to be fix? no, they don't. they want this to continue to happen. >> mark: the detractors will not be monthlified by this, and eric holder was being grilled today. >> i think that should not detract us fr
from the obama administration to the ideological differences twn the house republican congress. while that is enough to make your head want it explode, i have a theory that i've been working on all week and i think it is true. and a theory that has a promising conclusion. it may well be that the government doesn't have to choose between the scandal mongering and legislating. but the scandal mongering might help with the scandal mongering. progress was what speaker john boehner worried about just yesterday morning. >> i am concerned the bipartisan group has been unable to wrap up their work. >> there was a lot of question about whether this group was going to hit their deadline. whether they would come to any kind of agreement. and late last night, the bipartisan group announced they had mostly come to agree on terms for their outline of comprehensive immigration reform. from what we know, which is truthful truthfully, very little, it would be similar to what we know on the principle and senate and more conservative. what makes this announcement so huge is that while the house's gang o
news america" reporting from washington. barack obama meets david cameron at the white house. the two promise to step up pressure on syria. the question is how? it's back to the future in pakistan as nawaz sharif celebrates the prospect of becoming prime minister for a third time. ♪ >> and he sings, he tweets. is there anything this astronaut can not do? cris gets ready to return to earth. we look back on his amazing journey. >> welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. winston n commufrpbl churchill used the term special bond. speaking at a press conference, president obama and prime minister cameron fielded tricky questions on the issue of domestic politics, but on the issue of syria they showed a united front. >> this was a warm-up meeting before the gate -- the g-8 gathering the british prime minister will host in june. >> they hope to kick offer negotiations towards an e.u.- u.s.a. trade pact. syria's history says david cameron is being written in the blood of its people. a transitional government is required that can win the consent of every
one-third of house committees are investigating the obama administration. but while the white house is bailing water, the storms seem to have originated elsewhere. the latest government office under scrutiny is the department of justice, amid revelations that the doj seized phone records from 20 "associated press" phone lines over two months last year. the records included home phones and cell phones, as well as the a.p.'s main line in the congressional press gallery. more than 100 journalists were monitored. the doj hasn't given a reason for the investigation, but the timing suggests it was to determine who leaked details about a c.i.a. operation in yemen, which foiled a terrorist plot. carl bernstein, he of watergate fame, did not mince words. >> totally inexcusable, that this administration has been terrible on this subject from the beginning. the object of it is to intimidate people who talk to reporters. this was an accident waiting to become a nuclear event. and now it's happened. >> the outrage thus far has been bipartisan. daily news marcus tweeted, people looking for an oba
very bad day? i bet president obama does. he's having a week like that. i'm jake tapper and this is "the lead." the national lead. facing the firing squad. attorney general eric holder going before the republican controlled house judiciary committee and on the defensive over the many scandals swirling around the administration. the world lead. two years after the revolution in egypt, a plot to blow up western embassies there by a militant group with suspected links to al qaeda. the egyptian media reporting the u.s. embassy among the targets. thankfully it all unraveled. we'll tell you how. the national lead. for so many of our s from the enemy on the battle field but from their own brothers in arms. senator gillibrand joins us to speak out about the military's sexual assault epidemic which is taking on ironic if not epic proportions. >>> welcome to "the lead." now the national lead. you know the slow motion crash tests they show in car commercials sometimes? it's kind of what it has been like watching the obama administration this week and it is only wednesday. president
this is why new jersey is >>> president obama took action today to try to contain scandal fever sweeping washington. released 100 e-mails about benghazi, got rid of the head of the irs. >> americans have a right to be angry about it and i am angry about it. >> two erupting scandals. >> the irs has been used as a political tool through history. >> we will hold the responsible parties accountable. >> every day this week. >> veritable storm of scandals. >> brings a new scandal. >> stop calling it a huge scandal. >> everybody simmer down now! >> let the facts speak for themselves. >> the good news, it is fixable. >> i don't understand what they're accusing the president of doing. >> my question isn't about who is going to resign. >> acting commissioner of the irs. >> my question is who is going to jail over this scandal. >> i look forward to taking questions at tomorrow's press conference. >> i don't even understand what they're accusing the president of doing. >> the ap scandal engulfing the administration. >> let's be clear it is perfectly legal. >> we can't count on the administration to
potestad de decidid a quiÉn le da licencia el estado. el presidente obama otorgÓ la acciÓn diferida. y lo que permitiÓ que varios estados den licencia. pero la gobernadora de arizona dice que el congreso debe legislar sobre el tema. y es un triunfo para la gobernadora, porque dice que es una victoria para los derechos de los estados. victoria para los principios legislativos. y la divisiÓn de poderes. y los dreamers estudian apelar la decisiÓn. >>> se requiere una reforma integral para que cubra a todos los estados, y que no haya un acciÓn de parches por cualquier estado, esto requiere una reforma. >>> esta decisiÓn deja en el estado de arizona 80 mil jÓvenes que clasificarÍan para permanecer legalmente en el paÍs sin la posibilidad de licencia, 40 estados y el distrito de columbia otorgan licencias que sean elegibles, el gobierno federal no se pronunciÓ sobre la decisiÓn. >>> gracias. y el congreso dio un paso firme para la aprobaciÓn de reforma migratoria, un grupo integrado por 8 congresistas logrÓ su cometido, y esto mientras en el comitÉ continÚa
republican sound bite of the past five years. >> our top political priority should be to deny president obama a second term. >> that was senate minority leader mitch mcconnell in 2010 right after the mid text elections. when it came to 2012 president barack obama won a second term. imagine you lost, failed on your top priority as a party. what's next? you stop him. throw everything at him. you tie up his judicial and cabinet nominations. you vote against his landmark health care legislation. not once, not twice, but 38 times. even after it's been passed, implemented and upheld by the supreme court. you make sure all roads to washington lead to president obama. the biggest revelation that the irs gave scrutiny. whose nads include tea party, 912 and patriot. yesterday the house ways and means committee held a hearing about the issue. dave camp had this to say to open the discussion. >> it seems like the american truth is hidden from people just long enough to make it through an election. the american people have the right to a truth tochlt a government that delivers the facts, good or bad, no m
the obama administration expanded the hopeless war in afghanistan, the shouting heads on both channels went virtually silent. ,s his drone more expanded there was little shouting on either of those channels or cnn or cbs or abc or so-called public broadcasting, npr and pbs. we can have raging debates in the mainstream media on all sorts of issues like gun control, minimum wage, gay marriage. when the elite of both major parties agree on a military intervention as they so often do, then anyone in the mainstream media who goes out on the limb to question or the knowledge that in the middle of the room there is an oversized of militarism or interventionism. they are likely to disappear faster than you can say phil donahue. with phil donahue. i know a little bit about journalists being silenced for questioning bipartisan military ventures. i was with him at msnbc in 2002- 2 thousand three when bush was revving up the invasion of iraq with the support of joe biden, john kerry, hillary clinton, harry reid. msnbc terminated us for the crime of jwi. that is journalism during wartime while independe
, and they will talk about this in the next half-hour. she is managing the irs role for obama care. >> i think we are mixing this up. a now bad eggs that got bonuses. i don't think everyone should have it axed altogether. there is a plan and a legislation to cap the bonuses. this is slightly dated here. a i think you need to have bonuses in many cases to the government are tied to the performance. and you need to have that to be mpetitive with the private sector. >> but look at the people who got bonuses. first of all mismanagement and whatever it was, they all got bonuses and it was a matter of course here. >> i have to say in the case of miss learner, i have a funny feeling she might be out of work. >> or sarah hall ingram. >> and it is truly extraordinary week sabringa and i have aeed which never understand. all around bonusing in the federal government doesn't make sense. if they do a bad job get rid of them. >> but sabringa, what bothers me about the whole thing, everything was a matter of course. this is just the way they did business and of course, the president bumped up sarah hall graham
shake up the obama administration big-time. >> it's going to be explosive. explosive. indeed. these are big, big charges. >> the dam is about to break on benghazi. it will make you mad. >> stephen: it's going to make me mad? oh, i feel like a kid on christmas eve who is about to get the bike he asked for... and it's on fire. so, just what are these whistle blowers going to say? >> we don't know what these guys are actually going to say. >> stephen: folks, this is the best possible kind of political story. we have no idea what's in it and it's going to be explosive. it's the taco bell of breaking news. so, jim,... ( cheers and applause ). i can make a run for the border. so, jim, let's start the benghazi count down to something that will make you mad clock. folks, it is great. it is win-win because if tomorrow i don't learn something that makes me mad, i will be furious. now, folks,... ( cheers and applause ). excuse me a moment. oh, hi there. i'm just trying out my new google glasses. i had to make my own because sergey brin, the cofounder of google, didn't send me a pair. no
is building steam. benghazi, the ap and arguably, none more potentially problematic for president obama than the irs. while tea party groups requesting tax exempt status got added scrutiny, "usa today" reports this morning the irs gave liberal groups a pass. calling the irs actions intolerable and inexcusable, president obama has ordered treasury secretary jack lui to hold those responsible accountable. republicans and democrats are demanding answers. >> we can't count on the administration to be forthcoming about the details of this scandal because so far, they've been anything but. >> laws were probably broken. this is one of the most alarming things that i have ever seen and i'm very concerned about it and we've got to get to the bottom of it. >> attorney general eric holder under increasing fire and set to face questioning by the house judiciary committee today announced a criminal investigation into irs misconduct. >> those were as everyone can agree, if not criminal, they were certainly outrageous and unacceptable, but we are examining the facts to see if there are criminal violations.
. in the rose garden yesterday with president obama and the prime minister of turkey. it was a little edgy because it started to rain on us reporters who were sitting there waiting for the president, but we shouldered through, and the president talked on all of the three -- three big scandals of the week, on the irs, he said he didn't know anything about what the irs was up to until the inspector general's report came out. he will make sure it doesn't happen again. on benghazi the president calling on the congress to provide the funding for more security at our embassies and on eric holder, he said he had complete confidence in eric holder as attorney general and expected him to stay on a long time. mean while, just to know you got your money's worth out of congress, the house republicans voted yesterday to repeal obamacare for the 36th time. that and more coming up right here, on current tv. alright, in 15 minutes we're going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not b
with the ultimate impeachment of president obama. >> i hope so. >> you have kids, how many -- >> four. >> four kids. do you think mother's day is sexist? is it sexist -- >> wow, feminism's still around? okay. i mean, this chick's the last person in america to wonder why mother's day and father's day are different. because mothers and fathers are didn't. anybody who think -- >> try white people need a holiday. >> no. still making -- get rid of the traditional nuclear tsunami we did. and it sucks. it wasn't replaced by anything better. it was replaced by chaos. >> that's a good point. and sadness. >> chaos and sadness. the name of my ferrets. jenna, do you agree or disagree? i'm not sure of what i'm asking. >> i don't like gender stereotypes because i don't think moms and dads fit into boxes of what we think they do -- >> they do in my house. >> my dad is super increasing. my mom is bad [ bleep ]. she mom hate to cook. if people looked at me, they would probably think she cooks, clean, no, do that. >> you're not a mom. >> that's true. but even if i was a mom, i probably wouldn't do those things. >> h
covert ops by a state department official and right here at home spying on the free press by the obama administration. i'm jake tapper and this is "the lead." >>> the politics lead. verbal gymnastics from the obama administration today. the white house and the justice department turn on the full spin cycle in the middle of a scandal pileup. the world lead. at first it read like james bond but the more we hear the more it sounds like austin powers. the russians say they've caught an american spy and, hey, they've got the wigs to prove it. >>> and the pop lead. she is one of the most beautiful actresses in the world. the camera has always loved every inch of her but angelina jolie today revealed that she's forever altered her famous body to head off a deadly disease. >>> the politics lead. a brutal, brutal day for the obama administration. white house press secretary jay carney and u.s. attorney general eric holder both tangled with the press this afternoon, and it was rough. after benghazi, the irs scandal, and now reports that the justice department covertly seized reporters' phone rec
on this list of eight individualed by president obama's campaign, later became known as president obama's enemies list. >> neil: you were one of eight individuals. what got you on the list was your -- what they considered to be your striking conservative views. that shouldn't matter to anyone. but i think what mattered to me was, how quickly soon afterwards audits started popping up, investigations started popping up. you had to defend your honor. you were completely exonerated but you spent a lot of money trying to get your good name back. >> what happened. we made substantial donation to one of mitt romney's reporters, a superpac. >> neil: a million dollars. >> and the liberal press picked that up and right after that president obama came out with his list of donors, and there are thousands of donors. he picked out eight. some -- >> neil: no similar lists about generous democratic donors. >> the first time a president of the united states has done that. he list infield eight door knows. why eight? i suspect because you can't go every thousands, and as soon as that happened i knew that
for joining us this evening. president obama apparently wasn't content with all the white house scandals headlines this week or the possibility thinks second term could be suffocated under a blanket ofvilleofcriminal investigations, so he did something today. for groups seeking status tax status, the president condemned them. >> today secretary lew took the first step by accepting requesting and accepting the leader of the irs. it's important to implement new leadership to help us go forward. >> john: whether that will satisfy congressional republicans remains to be seen. earlier today, senate minority leader mitch mcconnell demanded a different sort of action from the president. >> the administration needs to make witnesses available to testify on this and any other incident of targeting the administration's ideological's opponent. >> john: and john boehner has made up his mind whether haws were broken or real crimes committed. >> my question isn't about who is going to resign. my question is who is going to jail over the scandal. >> john: the scandal where no laws were broken. on the s
. it's midnight on the east coast. tonight, breaking news. the obama administration in turmoil. the scandal claims its first victim. >> today, secretary lew took the first step by requesting and accepting the resignation of the acting commissioner of the irs. >> this on the same day the white house released nearly 100 pages of benghazi e-mails. donald rumsfeld says they're still trying to pass the buck. he's on the grill with me tonight live. >>> plus, horrifying revelations of abuse and terror. amanda berry, gina dejesus, michelle knight hidden in the van in the garage when he had visitors. beaten with hand weights. ariel castro's common law wife abused the same way. gina and michelle have spoken by phone. and after all these years in captivity, one of the girls has discovered what an iphone is. >>> also tonight, law and disorder. on the docket, jodi arias fighting for her life. >> the last thing that mr. alexander felt was this knife, this woman, and this blade coming towards him. >> the jury finds she was extremely cruel. that means she is eligible for the death penalty. the
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